James Marsh, HRreview; Dr Avneet Kaur, Principal Consultant, Aon; Suzanne Courtney, Director Global Strategic Growth, Aon
Resilience requires visionary leadership, a continuous dialogue with your workforce, and a well-rounded programme of wellbeing that supports diverse needs.
Businesses that are putting their people first are more likely to thrive. By creating a workplace environment that provides security, motivation, and belonging, they are more able to weather the fiercest of storms. They are rising, resilient.
Responsible for another’s workload, workplace, welfare and career progression, managers have a huge responsibility. Hybrid working now brings another level of complexity to team engagement, coaching, performance management and team wellbeing management.
Organisations must identify those who can lead, engage and inspire; those that can help shape their own teams and take them forward.
As a HR leader, how do you do this? How can you identify those who will be successful both now and, in the future, regardless of organisational change? How do you develop and retain your employees, and ensure their wellbeing and safety as new working models continue to emerge?